Struggling to find top talent for your organisation? Put yourself in the shoes of this national spy agency, which has turned to an unexpected talent pool to find the next 007.
Bosses say she’s definitely got an interview after the Alice in Wonderland-esque application caught their attention.
Google was once known for asking job candidates unusual and complicated questions, but it has done away with brain teasers in favour of behavioural interviews. Here’s a look at some of the most bizarre questions put to interviewees.
A US company has disciplined workers for “excessive use of the bathroom” and installed a swipe card system to monitor bathroom use.
It’s easy for HR to get wrapped up in data and numbers, but a school in the UK has a reminder that all employees are valuable.
How would you feel about certain fruits being banned in the workplace? Or having to stand when your boss arrives? Some managers have bizarre demands when it comes to office rules.
Home brew, dedicated websites, Lego figures – job seekers will go to extraordinary lengths to make sure that employers notice their CVs. HC takes a look at some of the most creative resumes out there.
Many employers aren’t too interested what employees do in their free time, but being interviewed about your enthusiasm for free drugs might not be wise.
Often conduct complained about in the workplace is not actually bullying behaviour
HRD looks at where HR can benefit from technological disruption and innovation
The bank is looking to hire 600 technology specialists to drive its technology transformation